She is a rising star of the fashion and movie world.
And Lily-Rose Depp, 18, is set to take her career to the next level as she taped dramatic scenes for her latest film role in Les Fauves (The Beasts) in France last Wednesday.
The daughter of Hollywood heavyweight Johnny Depp and singer Vanessa Paradis showed her commitment to the chilling scenes as she stripped down to her tiny swimsuit and walked into a freezing lake.
Showing off her peachy posterior as she strolled along in just a hoodie, striped top and oversize wellies, the star confidently walked through the icy waters as she prepare to film a scene.
Adding further intrigue to the scenes, Lily-Rose was seen sporting a heavily bloodstained hand as she shot.
She showed off her pink palm tree print swimsuit as she chatted with members of the production crew.
Her dark blonde tresses were styled in a sleek middle part and she enhanced her striking features with a light dusting of make-up.
According to French website Allocine, Les Fauves tells the tale of a campsite where young people start to disappear over the summer, with rumors a big cat is attacking them.
Lily-Rose takes on the starring role of Laura alongside French actors Laurent Lafitte and Camille Cottin.
The star has previously appeared in films Planetarium, The Dancer and Yoga Hosers alongside her famous father Johnny.
The actress, who appeared in a Chanel advert at the age of 15, recently hit back at trolls who accused her of riding on the coattails of her parents’ fame.
Lily argued that she is forced to work twice as hard because of the misconception.
‘A lot of people think I’m only acting because of my dad, that I have not had to work as hard to be seen or recognized in the industry.
‘So I think because of that it makes me want to work twice as hard to prove to everyone that I’m not just doing this because it’s easy to do. I’m not just doing it because it runs in the family.’
As far as how she feels about growing up in both Paris and Hollywood, Depp said it has allowed her an interesting perspective.
‘There’s something more personable in Europe than there is here,’ she began.
‘In the States, there’s more of a façade that I see people putting on. For me, the French culture is richer. It’s also easy to prefer Europe given the present state of things.
‘I would have been nicer to America a year ago. The way politics is going, it’s hard for me to sit down and point out all the things that I love about America.’